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Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)

encouraging Enrollment, Persistence, Retention and Success

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Welcome to EOPS

The Financial Aid office is moving

 

We've movedEOPS office has moved!

EOPS is now located on the upper level of our New Student Services Center in Room 414.

 

summer College Prep Seminar 2015

APPLY NOW for the College Prep Seminar

 

June 15th - July 2nd from 9am - 1pm

 

Los Medanos College EOPS and Parents Connected presents a college prep experience for graduating seniors in the Antioch, Pittsburg, and Liberty union districts focusing on African American Males.

 

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The EOPS Mission

EOPS is a state-funded, student support service program established to promote the enrollment, retention, persistence, and success (i.e., transfer, degrees, certificates) of students from low-income, underrepresented backgrounds in higher education by offering services that are above, beyond, and in addition to services available to all Los Medanos College students.

 


The EOPS Vision

EOPS students and staff are passionate change‐agents who thrive as they create and nurture intentional, academic partnerships. Partnerships that inspire people to choose trust over fear, equity over injustice, responsibility over victimhood, hope over apathy, self‐honesty over competition, and link personal success to the success of the greater good.

Through EOPS and CARE, eligible students receive supplemental educational support services, such as assistance developing educational plans, personal counseling, peer support, academic progress support, and guidance in developing effective academic networks. In addition, grants and allowances for transportation, books, and supplies are provided to enhance the retention, persistence, graduation and transfer rates of EOPS students.

 

For more information, visit the office in SS4-400 (upper level of the Student Services Center)
or contact us at (925) 473-7480.